Basel Open 2022

Swiss Indoors Basel Open 2022 will start on October 24 at the St. Jakobshalle. This is the 51st edition of the tournament and an ATP 500 event. Here you will know the Basel Open 2022 schedule, top seeds, prize money, and watching guide.

The seeds in the tournament will be led by the current number 1 tennis player, Carlos Alcaraz. The year was outstanding for the Spaniard, he started the year at number 32, and now, he is the world’s number 1. The player won the first grand slam of his career at the US Open 2022 back in September.

Casper Ruud is the number 2 seed in the tournament. The current world’s number 3 also climbed well in the ranking and secured his place in the top 3. The player was the finalist of this year’s US Open and French Open and also won the Swiss Open in July.

Félix Auger-Aliassime was one of the most promising players at the beginning of this year, but he couldn’t continue his form and make good results later. But, he has shown a sign of a comeback by winning the European Open and the Firenze Open, the latest tournaments he attended.

Swiss Indoors Basel Open 2022 Schedule

The tournament starts on Monday, October 24, and will continue till Sunday, October 30.

Round Date
First Round 24-25 October
Second Round 26-27 October
Quarterfinals 28 October
Semifinals 29 October
Finals 30 October
  • Venue: St. Jakobshalle
  • Capacity: 12,400

The tournament will take place at St. Jakobshalle. This is an indoor hard tennis facility and has a capacity of 12,400 people.

How to Watch the Basel Open 2022 on TV and Online

Tennis Channel will broadcast the Basel Open live on Television in the USA. Tennis fans will be able to watch the games on TSN in Canada. In Australia, BeIN Sports will be showing the tournament.

10 Hottest Female Tennis Players In The World will live stream the Basel Open 2022 in the USA on their platform.

The tennis fans of the UK will need to buy a subscription to Amazon prime Video to watch the tournament; the subscription fee costs $5.99 a month.

Top Seeds

  • Carlos Alcaraz
  • Casper Ruud
  • Félix Auger-Aliassime
  • Marin Čilić
  • Pablo Carreño Busta
  • Roberto Bautista Agut
  • Alex de Minaur
  • Lorenzo Musetti

Prize Money

Here is the purse breakdown of the tournament.

  • Champion – €399,320
  • Runner-up – €214,855
  • Semifinalist – €114,505
  • Quarterfinalist – €58,505
  • Second round – €31,230
  • First round – €16,655

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